Get Ready for the New School Year With Intel Teach

1.  Plan to join an informational webinar about the Intel Teach Program on:

Wednesday, September 14th from 3:00pm-4:00pm
or

Thursday, September 15th, from 4:00-5:00pm
(Same presentation on both dates.)

 

Webinars will cover program initiatives and will feature the NEW Intel Teach Elements Courses: Project Based Approaches, Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms, Collaboration in Digital Classrooms, Thinking Critically With Data, and Educational Leadership in the 21st Century. Find out more about the Elements Courses at:
http://www.intel.com/about/corporateresponsibility/education/progra...

 

Let us know if you plan to attend, register at:

http://tinyurl.com/intelsept2011
 

 

2. Intel Teach Courses can be scheduled for the Fall semester.
Contact me, Tom Diener . tdiener@nyit.edu to schedule Essentials Courses, Thinking With Technology Courses and/or Leadership Forums.
For detailed course information visit: http://www.intel.com/about/corporateresponsibility/education/progra... .

 

3. Stay up-to-date on the Intel Teach Program. Join the NYS User Group http://engage.intel.com/groups/nys-usergroup in the Intel Engage Community http://engage.intel.com

4. Educators can now take an Intel Teach Elements Course online through
NYSUT’s Educational Learning Trust.

Register and get additional information at:
https://www.mylearningplan.com/webreg/catalog.asp?H=1&D=15191

Projects Based Approaches

The goal of Project-Based Approaches is to help teachers improve their understanding and application of project-based approaches in the 21st century classroom. Using specific classroom scenarios, explore benefits of Project-Based Learning (PBL) as you consider the ways that technology supports PBL in the 21st century classroom. The instructional design of this Intel Element course includes:E-learning: Each short course has five modules and each module includes three to six lessons of interactive activities with exercises that introduce and explore concepts. Action Planning: where teachers design materials and activities to implement new concepts or improve practices in their classrooms, Facilitated Discussion: where teachers have the opportunity to share ideas and give feedback on Action Plans with a certified Intel trainer. Participants will be working in Moodle to develop a learning community and share ideas and best practices related to project-based learning.

This is a 15-hour online inservice course and runs from 10/3-11/14/11. Deadline to register is 9/26/2011.                       

Date(s): Oct 3 - Nov 14                

 


Assessment in the 21st Century Classroom        
                
The goal of Assessment in 21st Century Classrooms is to help teachers improve assessment of 21st century skills. Explore a wide variety of formative assessment strategies you can modify and adapt to engage your students in their own learning. This course is practical, with opportunities to apply these assessment concepts in action plans in your own classroom. The instructional design of this Intel Element course includes: E-learning: Each short course has five modules and each module includes three to six lessons of interactive activities with exercises that introduce and explore concepts. Action Planning: where teachers design materials and activities to implement new concepts or improve practices in their classrooms, Facilitated Discussion: where teachers have the opportunity to share ideas and give feedback on Action Plans with a certified Intel trainer. Participants will be working in Moodle to develop a learning community and share ideas and best practices related to assessment in a 21st century classroom.

This is a 15-hour online inservice course and runs from 10/3-11/14/11. Deadline to register is 9/26/2011.                       

Date(s): Oct 3 - Nov 14                

 
Collaboration in the Digital Classroom   
                
The goal of Collaboration in the Digital Classroom is to help teachers prepare students to collaborate in the digital, global world. Learn to plan and manage student collaboration activities that integrate online collaborative tools that are increasingly part of our globally connected world. A collaboration Framework will help you strategically integrate collaboration into your instruction and ensure it is purposeful, meaningful, and effective. Develop students’ 21st century thinking skills, deepen their content understanding, and prepare them for college or careers in a global economy. The instructional design of this Intel Element course includes: E-learning: Each short course has five modules and each module includes three to six lessons of interactive activities with exercises that introduce and explore concepts. Action Planning: where teachers design materials and activities to implement new concepts or improve practices in their classrooms, Facilitated Discussion: where teachers have the opportunity to share ideas and give feedback on Action Plans with a certified Intel trainer. Participants will be working in Moodle to develop a learning community and share ideas and best practices related to collaboration in the digital classroom.

This is a 15-hour online inservice course and runs from 10/3-11/14/11. Deadline to register is 9/26/2011.                       

Date(s): Oct 3 - Nov 14                

 

 

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